UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has called on council of European to join forces and fight violations of essential freedom.
The UN Secretary General urged the independent media, civil society as well as human right defenders to be on the forefront in addressing the gravest terrorism threats of our time.
Ban Ki-Moon categorically stressed on the rise of violent extremism, crime and intolerance all in the name of religion.
Threats posed by Al Shabaab, Boko Haram, Al Qaeda, Daesh (Islamic State) or any other terrorist groups requires stern security measures and more so military interventions.
Terrorists are operating in various bases and camps across the world. Islamist State commonlt known as ISIS or ISIL has it operating camps in Syria and Iraq, Boko Haram in Nigeria, Al Shabaab home base is Somalia while Al Qaeda global terror network operating worldwide.
Ban commended the nations which are on the forefront on the war against terrorism; among them the U.S. lead international coalition waging war on terror in Syria and Iraqi fighting alongside Iraqi forces against Islamic State extremists.
Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon continue on their offensive against Boko Haram which swore allegiance to Islamic State.
Kenya and Somalia have taken a bold action in combating the Al Qaeda affiliated, Al Shabaab within East Africa.
All these terrorist groups have committed grievous human right atrocities and its time nations come together and fight this common enemy.